Dawson Creek at the Start of the Alaska Highway ~ RVing North to Alaska | S2-E8

Day 5 of our journey North to Alaska we find ourselves in Dawson Creek, British Columbia after staying the night in Jasper National Park. We park at the Mile 0 Campground and book 2 nights to explore the area.

While in Dawson Creek we drive a little ways out of town to see the Historic Kishatinaw Curved Bridge, the only original wooden bridge from the original Alaska Highway still in use today, built 75 years ago. After touring the Kiskatinaw Provincial Campground next to the bridge we then head up to the Bear Mountain Wind Park, the first of its kind in British Columbia, to check our the wind turbines and the vistas off to the west and the Northern Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Finally we end the video with some still shots of the Northern Lights Stacey caught in her lens at 2am in the morning when she got up to use the restroom. This was our last chance to see the aurora borealis as its getting too light at night to see them again until Fall. What a treat for only our 5th day.

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Film Location: Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada
Filmed: May 19-20, 2017
Music from licensed Wondershare Filmora material.

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